Devices & Interaction

Thursday, 25 July
3:30 - 5:30 pm
Room 217BCD

Session Chair: Chuck Hansen, University of Utah


3D Haptic Shape Perception Using a 2D Device
To investigate whether a 2D force-feedback device can produce 3D shape perception, experiments were conducted to obtain 3D perceptual thresholds using 2D and 3D devices.

Huirong Han
Ochanomizu University
han@imv.is.ocha.ac.jp

Juli Yamashita
National Institute of Advanced Industrial Science and Technology

Issei Fujishiro
Ochanomizu University



The Nail-Mounted Tactile Display for the Behavior Modeling
A new type of tactile display for augmented reality: a nail-chip. It allows users to feel various textures as they trace their fingers along smooth objects.

Hideyuki Ando
Japan Science and Technology Corporation
hide@star.t.u-tokyo.ac.jp

Takeshi Miki
Masahiko Inami
Taro Maeda
University of Tokyo



CANCELED:
Drawing With Feeling: Designing Tactile Display for Pen

An interface that enhances a pen with tactile display to allow artists and designers to "feel" drawings.



Techniques for Interactive Audience Participation
A new set of techniques that enable members of an audience to participate, either cooperatively or competitively, in shared entertainment experiences.

Dan Maynes-Aminzade
Massachusetts Institute of Technology, Media Laboratory
monzy@media.mit.edu

Randy Pausch
Carnegie Mellon University

Steven M. Seitz
University of Washington





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